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Ab-sa-ra-ka, home of the Crows : being the experience of an officer's wife on the plains, and marking the vicissitudes of peril and pleasure during the occupation of the new route to Virginia City, Montana, 1866-7, and the Indian hostilities thereto : with outlines of the natural features and resources of the land, tables of distances, maps and other aids to the traveler : gathered from observation and other reliable sources

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